(1899-1961) American author and journalist - won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.
"My very dear Marlene:
Thank you very much for all your patience and goodness; also for being alive and for being so god-damn beautiful in film. Plus being so much better actress than you ever were.
Trip was good. Have corrected everything to date (...) and will finish in Paris.
Am sorry I was a tired and beat-up. But that is always the way; and afterwards a careless and worthless. Anyway I love You with ALL MY HEART and Mary* loves you too.
That should be enough from one family.
Please keep in touch. - EH."
* It was a kind of love at first sight when Ernest Hemingway and Marlene Dietrich met in 1934 during an Atlantic crossing on the French luxury liner `Ile de France` , on which this letter was also written.
** Mary Welsh Hemingway (1908-1986, American journalist and author) was the fourth wife and widow of Ernest Hemingway.
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